Other Writing



“Mary Mattingly: A Year of Public Water,” The Brooklyn Rail, July/August 2021

“(Un)Common Denominators: Janet Biggs’ Single-Channel Videos,” Catalog essay, Cristin Tierney Gallery, 2021://issuu.com/cristintierney/docs/uncommon_issuu?fr=sYWIzZjMzMjQy

“Art and Climate Change.” Grove Art Online. Forthcoming Fall 2021.

“Here and Now: Installation Art at Rice Gallery, 1995-2017,” in One Thing Well: 22 Years of Installation Art. Ed. Rainey Knudson. Lucia Marquand, 2021.

“Terra Incognita: Exhibiting Ice in the Anthropocene.” Minding Nature 12, no. 2 (Spring 2019)”

Guest Critic, The Brooklyn Rail, “Art in the Climate Crisis.” June 2019

“Locating Myself in the Anthropocene,” in EuropeNow Journal, May 2017.

Looking at Stonehenge as Minimalist Sculpture.”

“From Margin to Center Revisited” in José Quaresma, A Pintura Contemporānea No Barco de Teseu, Vol. II: Instalar e Habitar Picturalmente o Mundo. Lisboa. Associçāo dos Arqueólogos Portugueses. English translation 2017.

“The Moving Image as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age,” in Exhibiting the Moving Image. Ed. François Bovier and Adeena Mey. Zurich: JRP-Ringier, 2016.

“Sally Gil: Excavating the Present,” Catalog essay. Jack Geary Contemporary, 2015.

“Installation Art” in Oxford Bibliographies in Art History. Ed. Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.

Contributing writer on contemporary art for Art and Place: Site-Specific Art of the Americas. London: Phaidon, 2013.

“Sound Affects:  The Auditory Experience in Installation Art,” in Sonambiente 2006: Klang Kunst Sound Art.  Berlin: Akademie Der Künste.  Catalog essay, 2006.